The UCLA DPBH provides a continuum of trauma-informed resilience enhancing curricula to support a population-level implementation of evidence-based and community-supported prevention practices across services and ecosystems to meet children and families where they live.

The Training Institute has extensive experience working with families and family systems and works collaboratively with agencies, professionals, and clinicians to support strengths-based and family-centered approaches to care. In addition to training and professional development around creating trauma- and resilience-informed environments and working with children and families, the institute offers training in multiple evidence-based models.

Evidence-based Interventions

Resources to Support Family and Youth Resilience

FOCUS for Families Model

FOCUS Resilience Curriculum

Training Community Members, Peer Navigators, and Providers

FOCUS Providers and Agencies

Access a list of certified providers and agencies implementing FOCUS.

Ongoing Research, Implementation and Adaptations

Division faculty have published articles on the efficacy, adaptation and implementation of FOCUS and related programming.

UCLA Division of Population Behavioral Health Partner Organizations

Through ongoing partnerships with local, state, and national organizations the UCLA DPBH provides in-person and online education to state and national communities regarding military and veteran cultural competency, strategies for enhancing military family resilience, and key resources for military/veteran families. We have developed a robust on-line learning center, and provide curriculum development and training roll-outs for community providers and service agencies: